Hi everyone. It’s good to be back at my keyboard. I’ve missed it alot. Pardon the minimal site features and anything that’s not built yet. I’m taking that part in pieces…(because my need to write is overpowering my OCD currently) :).
If you’ve ever read my blog before you will notice everything up until this point is missing. I worked for a few days trying to get all of my old stuff into here and then realized – sometimes…it’s about “letting the old stuff go and starting fresh” 🙂 I am clear that my inability to retrieve my “old stuff” was a direct and clear message from Source that I’m supposed to let the past stay in the past and to just start new. So, I’m going to take some tips from our friend the snake…and shed my old skin.
I’m still the HippieDiva…I’m keeping that one permanently. It’s tattooed on my ankle in Nepali for goodness sake…and afterall…even when a snake sheds it’s skin, it’s still undoubtedly called a snake.
I’ve been reading a lot about animal totems this week -because I’m getting my family tree tattooed on my arm and my family is going to be represented through animals :). What I learned is, snakes represent pretty powerful juju. When they show up in your life (or mine) it’s for a distinct purpose and we have a great deal to learn from them. Here’s a quick excerpt from just one of the sites that delve into such matters:
When the snake shows up as your spirit animal, it generally means:
- Snake spirit animals represent healing
- Transformation, life changes
- The spirit of the snake is connected to life force, primal energy
- A meaning for the snake spirit animal is spiritual guidance
The snake as a spirit animal can be to provide guidance about life changes and transitions, whether they are happening at the physical, emotional or spiritual level.” (read more)
I’ve read about a BUNCH of them – and will share the tat and the totems and their meetings just around the bend here.
This blog is going to cover a great deal, because I’ve got a great deal going on and my mind is chock full of stuff it wants to put down (that will hopefully benefit others). So, I’ll see you all again really soon. I’m committed to writing 30 posts in 30 days to get into the habit. It’s a lofty goal but I’m on the Whole30, so I figured it was in alignment. (More on that later too)
We are off to opening day at the Farmers Market today and it’s a beautiful day…so I have to run. I’ll bring pics and a story back with me. Have a wonderful day filled to the brim with love. xod